Daily with Jesus
The Prediction about the Temple and Jerusalem ( Luke 21:5-28 ). We learn about the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, and the destruction of the temple itself. However, the point of this is that: God wants us to be aware and be on alert for His return. Look at how Luke gave the introductory verses…
The Gospel According to Moses
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 13 views • 43:41
The most well known statements of the Lord Jesus is recorded in John 3.16. God gave his son that whoever believes in him would not perish but have eternal life. When Jesus prayed to the Father the night he was betrayed, he defined what eternal life is: "that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent." As glorious as it is to know life on the other side of the grave, in large measure, eternal life is knowng the Lord in the now. Is it really possible to have that experience? And how does this relate to Deuteronomy 14 when Moses reminds the people of food laws and the tithe? They really do go together! How so? Come with the Grace United crew as we discover how we can know the Lord in the now.
David R. McAllan • Echuca Community Church • Sermon • • 15 views
- Jesus gave His disciples His final instructions prior to returning to His Father in heaven - He then ascended physically & visibly before His 11 apostles (less Judas Iscariot) & they watched Him go up until He was out of sight 9 And after He had said these things, He was lifted up while they were…
The Gospel According To Mark
Jim Canady • Sermon • • 7 views
As we begin this morning, go ahead and turn in your copies of God’s Word to the Gospel of Mark. This morning we will be looking at the first part of chapter 13. We will only get through a small portion of chapter 13 because there is a lot to unpack in this chapter, and it is important we don’t miss some…
Unveiled Hope: The Reigning Christ of Revelation
A people who will not receive the salvation of the Lamb cannot escape the wrath of the Lamb
The Gospel of Luke 2
PRAY Intro: What should we expect in the Christian life? Smooth sailing? Just put your faith in Jesus and all your problems will go away? No, what you can expect is to be desperately dependent on Jesus to get you through living like Jesus in a world rebelling against God’s authority. We can expect that…
Michael Cloete • Sermon • • 10 views
Reading As he was leaving the temple, one of his disciples said to him, “Look, Teacher! What massive stones! What magnificent buildings!” “Do you see all these great buildings?” replied Jesus. “Not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down.” As Jesus was sitting on the Mount…
The Gospel of Luke 2
PRAY: Father in heaven, grant us clarity and humility as we study your word. Strengthen your people to be like the Bereans, who seek to not only to be sure what is taught is truly from your word, but also seeking to submit to the truth found there. May we take the words of Jesus today as the very words…
In our Gospel text Jesus tells us what the kingdom of heaven is like: God the Father makes a wedding feast for his Son. He sends out his servants to those who have been invited, saying, “Come, everyone who thirsts, come to the waters; he who has no money, come and eat; delight yourselves in rich food,…
Patton Shinall • Sermon • • 7 views
Explaining the Abomination of Desolation and Great Tribulation's Historical Context. Application: No matter what Trial or Tribulation we face, we are not under God’s judgment and God has promised that He will never leave us or forsake us.
As a parent have you ever watched your adult children start down a path that you know will lead to heartbreak and sorrow. What can you do? You can warn, you can plead, you can try to show them reason, but when these things fail, what is left? You can’t physically restrain your grown children, even though…
The Pharisees taught the law but didn't follow it, loved the appearance of purity but didn't live it. Enjoyed their status, but lacked humility. They forced God's people to focus on the minutiae of the law, but lacked the justice, grace and love of God. They were headed for hell. Jesus laments over Jerusalem, and prophesies its destruction. To protect his people from a similar fate, he offers us eternal life in his son Jesus. So we must reject the way of the Pharisees, and humbly abide in him!